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Education for Mathematics in the Workplace

Education for Mathematics in the Workplace by Unknown
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Unknown
ISBN
9780792366638
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Hardcover
Pages
265
Dimensions
170 x 244mm

Education must achieve a range of goals - it must provide academic knowledge, knowledge and skills which young people need in order to enter the world of work, and must lay the foundations for lifelong learning. This volume brings together the ideas and research findings from experts in mathematical education around the world. It raises issues concerning the nature of school mathematics and mathematics at work, and the challenges of teaching valuable mathematics in school and providing appropriate training for a variety of careers. It offers lively commentaries on important topics - transferring knowledge and skill across contexts; the concept of "authentic mathematics"; comparability of different types of assessment; and analyzes research methods which can be used to inform our understanding of all these issues. It should be of interest to everyone concerned with vocational education and with training, and everyone interested in cultural and cognitive aspects of mathematics.
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Education must achieve a range of goals - it must provide academic knowledge, knowledge and skills which young people need in order to enter the world of work, and must lay the foundations for lifelong learning. This volume brings together the ideas and research findings from experts in mathematical education around the world. It raises issues concerning the nature of school mathematics and mathematics at work, and the challenges of teaching valuable mathematics in school and providing appropriate training for a variety of careers. It offers lively commentaries on important topics - transferring knowledge and skill across contexts; the concept of "authentic mathematics"; comparability of different types of assessment; and analyzes research methods which can be used to inform our understanding of all these issues. It should be of interest to everyone concerned with vocational education and with training, and everyone interested in cultural and cognitive aspects of mathematics.
ISBN:
9780792366638
Publication Date:
12 / 12 / 2019
Pages:
265
Dimensions:
170 x 244mm

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